TCU vs. Utah Post-Game Notes
Jan. 28, 2006
TCU sophomore guard JimAnne Hejny returned to the lineup for the first time this season after giving birth to a baby boy in mid-December.
Hejny's two blocked shots in nine minutes of play established a new career best.
TCU coach Jeff Mittie is now 70-1 when holding a double-digit halftime advantage with the Lady Frogs.
TCU also improved to 94-1 under Mittie when holding the opposition to 60 points or less.
The Lady Frogs blocked a season-high seven shots against Utah.
TCU junior guard Natasha Lacy recorded her sixth double-double of the season and third in a row. It was also the ninth of her career.
With 23 points, Lacy tied her career high for the third time.
Lacy now has 505 career rebounds, becoming just the seventh Lady Frog in school history with 500 or more.
Lacy also recorded her third 20-point game of the season and fifth of her career.
TCU sophomore guard Adrianne Ross scored in double figures for the eighth consecutive time and the 10th time in the Lady Frogs' past 11 games.
Utah suffered its third loss in regular-season conference play this season, the most since it lost six in 2001-02.
TCU senior forward Vanessa Clementino reached double figures in the scoring column for the first time since putting up 14 against SMU on Dec. 20.